Weather Up Starts Brunch This Weekend

Popular Eastside cocktail spot adds brunch, bimonthly supper club

Just as she promised during our conversation at the recent East Austin Urban Farm Tour, chef Kristine Kittrell is adding weekend brunches and a small, exclusive supper club at Weather Up a couple of times a month.

Weather Up (Photo by John Anderson)
The brunch kicks off this Sunday, April 27 from noon-4pm with a very inviting international entrée menu, meat and cheese plates, and a lineup of drinks including Bloody Marys, Bloody Hell, Micheladas, and several Champagne cocktails. They'll be adding Saturday brunch next week on May 3.

The bimonthly supper club will feature a five-course meal with cocktail pairings for $75. The series starts Thursday, April 24, but the inaugural dinner is already sold out. Going forward, Kittrell says they plan to offer the dinners twice a month on Thursdays for as many as 14 people, but are willing to accommodate groups of at least eight diners who would like to book a supper club on Sunday through Thursday evenings. Go here to make reservations.

Weather Up

1808 E. Cesar Chavez, 512/524-0464

Daily 4pm-12mid for cocktails; weekend brunch noon-4pm

www.weatherupnyc.com

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